You have several options when charging your electric car. You can charge the car at a public charging station along the road, or at a charging point at the office or at home. People who charge their electric car at home usually do so with a charging station that can be mounted on the wall. The main advantage of a charging station is that it takes up less space and can still be moved if desired. A charging point is installed once and has a permanent location.

Charging points in public spaces often have multiple charging connections, which means that several vehicles can be charged at the same time. These charging points often do not have a fixed charging cable, so the user must use his own charging cable. Public charging points are often extra robust to withstand vandalism, rust and fire.

Worth noting is that EVPoint delivered the first DC Charging Hub for Malta Public Transport, noted as the “first-of-its-kind installation in Malta”.